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"Tips to improve memory Memory enhancement strategies can be very easy to practice. You can enhance your memory in different ways; some of them can be- 1. Include all senses while learning While you are attempting to retrieve or recall some information, it is very important to keep all your senses awake. This means involving your visual, auditory and semantic senses into the information you are trying to retain. This strategy is very helpful as different pieces of information require contrasting senses to retain completely. 2. Use mnemonics Use of mnemonic devices can be very helpful while you are trying to learn any new difficult information. You may sometimes find yourself getting caught up while remembering a historic timeline or peculiar information about certain things. By using mnemonics you can add a name to each starting letter of the word or phrase to remember it 3. Organize the information Organizing the information in small parts can help you in recall it better. By practicing this technique your brain develops a pattern to understand the information and comprehend it in the right way. 4. Manage sleep-time To remember information in a more efficient way, you should try managing your schedule by adding enough sleep routine into it. Researchers have found that sleeping after reading new information can help the brain to retain it more than cramming the information without getting sleep. "

Tips to improve memory


Memory enhancement strategies can be very easy to practice. You can enhance your memory in different ways; some of them can be-


1. Include all senses while learning

While you are attempting to retrieve or recall some information, it is very important to keep all your senses awake. This means involving your visual, auditory and semantic senses into the information you are trying to retain. This strategy is very helpful as different pieces of information require contrasting senses to retain completely.


2. Use mnemonics

Use of mnemonic devices can be very helpful while you are trying to learn any new difficult information. You may sometimes find yourself getting caught up while remembering a historic timeline or peculiar information about certain things. By using mnemonics you can add a name to each starting letter of the word or phrase to remember it 

3. Organize the information


Organizing the information in small parts can help you in recall it better. By practicing this technique your brain develops a pattern to understand the information and comprehend it in the right way.


4. Manage sleep-time

To remember information in a more efficient way, you should try managing your schedule by adding enough sleep routine into it. Researchers have found that sleeping after reading new information can help the brain to retain it more than cramming the information without getting sleep.




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"Have you ever found yourself forgetting about your early morning meetings or examination dates? Did you ever experience a sudden recall of events from your past? Both of these statements relate to memory. Memory is defined as the capability of your mind to encode, store, retrieve or recall any information. There are 3 discrete stages of memory which define the way it works and the stages of retention of information which takes place in the brain. First is the receiving stage of memory. During which the brain receives, takes a series of activities to process and associate the message signal. The second stage is known as storage, during this process the information is stored and retained in the brain for a long period. The last stage of memory is called as retrieval; these involve the recovery of the retained information in reaction to a signal or prompt. If you are worried about forgetting things then here are some tips to boost memory."

Have you ever found yourself forgetting about your early morning meetings or examination dates? Did you ever experience a sudden recall of events from your past? Both of these statements relate to memory. Memory is defined as the capability of your mind to encode, store, retrieve or recall any information. There are 3 discrete stages of memory which define the way it works and the stages of retention of information which takes place in the brain. First is the receiving stage of memory. During which the brain receives, takes a series of activities to process and associate the message signal. The second stage is known as storage, during this process the information is stored and retained in the brain for a long period. The last stage of memory is called as retrieval; these involve the recovery of the retained information in reaction to a signal or prompt.
If you are worried about forgetting things then here are some tips to boost memory.

 

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom. Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017. Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY The more free we are, the more we are to restrain ourselves​ and see that our freedom does not infringe upon the right of others to enjoy the same Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself freedom is a will, an ardent desire to see others at par Freedom is the foundation upon which the superstructure of democracy is built freedom is that basic right which gives meaning and substance to all other rights fundamental to the development of man freedom is a right, the corresponding duty of which is to create that environment where each can live with equal dignity freedom is a state of mind where the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and see and interpret a situation as it is Freedom is not a license to do anything one likes is always subject to decency and morality, the law of the land, social norms and common good or else our unrestricted freedom will land us in a state of anarchy where it will be a war of each against all copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom.

Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017.

Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant

The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

The more free we are, the more
we are to restrain ourselves​ and see
that our freedom does not infringe upon
the right of others to enjoy the same

Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself
freedom is a will, an ardent desire
to see others at par

Freedom is the foundation upon which
the superstructure of democracy is built
freedom is that basic right which gives
meaning and substance to all other rights
fundamental to the development of man

freedom is a right, the corresponding duty
of which is to create that environment
where each can live with equal dignity

freedom is a state of mind where
the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and
see and interpret a situation as it is

Freedom is not a license to do
anything one likes is always subject
to decency and morality, the law of
the land, social norms and common good
or else our unrestricted freedom will
land us in a state of anarchy 
where it will be a war of 
each against all

copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discours

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"“A state with a national religion can easily become a religious state.” This book has been given by Bangladesh government the highest honor that any government can ever give to any book – a ban. The book follows the story of one Sudhamay and his children Suranjan and Maya. The father and son have both been involved in nationalistic movements of Bangladesh and believe in their country. Sudhamay can’t stand the idea of leaving the country while his friends and relatives have – he even asks those who are about to leave whether they don’t feel ashamed of leaving their country in peril - and hence the title 'Shame'. All his life, he has compromised on his religious identity for sake of national identity. The novel follows the disillusionment of this father and son about their country. What was born as a secular state has a Department of Religion which has a heavy budget almost all of which goes to promotion of Islam. A very nominal sum is allotted for minority religions – in fact four times that sum goes only to rehabilitation of those who chose to converted to Islam. Hindus in the country have declined from 22 % around 1951 to 8.5% in 2011 - the others, left, got killed or got converted. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated. There is discrimination in job allocation with almost no Hindus ever making to upper steps of hierarchical ladder. Hindus don't get licences to start business except when it is in a partnership with a Muslim. There are several other ways in which the Hindus are discriminated, and both were aware of them, but if you are emotionally invested in some belief you hold on to it against much contrary evidence. To be fair, such discrimination is present in some degree in most of Indian subcontinent countries. The book is set in the back-drop of riots that followed demolition of Babri Masjid. Nasrin is not afraid to call spades by their names – questioning both destroyers of Mosque (BJP, Hindu Vishav Parishad, RSS etc ) and indifference of ruling Congress. She often gives the death toll of riots in India. And that goes for Bangladeshi spades too - again questioning the communal party who was causing riots and secular ruling party which had maintained silence. Obviously it was Hindus in India and not Bangladesh who were guilty of destroying mosque, but it has always been a tendency of weak minds to carry out their anger not on those who they are angry at, but on those on whom they can afford to be angry at. There are countless examples - instead of questioning powerful business-people and politicians for not raising wages and jobs, people would rather blame minorities, immigrants and reservation quotas; instead of being angry at police for not providing protection, people will rather blame the women who got raped for being out in the middle of night etc. And so, Bangladeshi Hindus had to suffer - destruction of temples, riots, murders, rapes, forced conversations, black-mail about leaving the country etc. Suranjan doesn’t think that the word ‘riot’ describes what was happening in Bangladesh. The word ‘riot’ assumes a case of two sides fighting in each-other as in India where Muslims had replied to Hindu violence in kind, but in Bangladesh, Hindus had done nothing in reply and so it wasn’t riots, it was mass-murder. Nasrin's characters realize that powerful will always oppress the weak – the men will oppress the women, the majority religion people will oppress the minorities, the rich will oppress the poor and so on. The book sometimes reads like fictionalized non-fiction with arguments and information being the key subject of book and story only getting the second seat. Almost half the book goes to listing every incidence of riot that ever occurred in Bangladesh – naming city and number of people killed, women raped and temples destroyed there. She also lists at least some incidences of India. These longs lists although effective initially in giving the sheer volume of violence, soon gets a bit boring and even skim-able. Another problem is that this incidences are being mentally listed by characters in their mind and orally recited to each-other, as if they have crammed all this information like news channels reporters do. But that is the problem, the information is not even being broadcast-ed on television – they just seems to know about incidences occurring in distant cities by intuition. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again. Similarly Surnajan seems to remember sayings of Jinnah and Kalam (okay) as well as the constitution along with the many amendments that have gone in it (not okay). It would have made more sense if the omniscient narrator herself had shared the information and arguments directly instead of giving her characters hard-disk memories. Regarding disputed land, I've always believed like Suranjan that all religious places should be destroyed and houses for poor, orphanages, hospitals, schools etc- in short something actually useful should be built in their place, and if you have enough land for that already, sell the land and use the money for charitable purposes but am against destruction of worshipping place of one religion for building that of other. Although I also had an Uncle who had another attractive, practical and secular idea as to what should be done to disputed land and if you were to extend the idea a little, it will solve all religious problems at once - his idea was to build a pub in that place, and both Hindus and Muslims would drink in the pub in complete communal harmony. I would rather make Alcohalism the sole religion for the whole world ... no, I'm not joking, just look at the benifits - conversions will be so far more intresting; every once a year we can line-up and kill all those teetotaller infidels, they are hardly living anyway; and for one month every year, people will drink nothing but drink alcohal. We shall baptise at age of five - by feeding the kid half a glass of Jack Martin, it will still be better than all the funny things religious people keep doing to their children. And if you consider it blasphemous, just look at evidence - Christ turned water into wine and gaveth it to people - I mean what does that tell you? Holy Grail wouldn't have been half as interesting if Jesus had drunk water from it - and what kind of rest you think God was having on seventh day? He obviously didnt go to church. Almost all Sufi poets talk about wine; and what do you think that 'somras' that Hindu dieties loved drinking so much was? Why, friends, it was just your every day Blenders Pride brewed with a lot of sugar at initial stages to give it a sweet taste. And Greeks and Romans actually had Gods of wine - Dionysus and Bacchus; who can easily serve for those into idol worship. Admit it, it is that one God that every religion worship - and being a deeply pious soul myself, it kills me to see how so many people miss the obvious truth. There are other benifits too, including the fact that making confessions are so far easier if you are drunk - and chances are if you are frequently drunk, you will have something real to confess about; wine comes in many brands and chances are you will like one brand or other and so it is far more attractive religion and above all, all religions offer their Utopias (otherwise called 'heavens' or 'paradise') only after death - I mean it's a life time of wait; and even that with a lot of stipulations as to what you can or can not do meanwhile; and they will give you a hell of time if you fail to fulfil them. Alcoholism is only religion that provides services of instant Utopia for price of a few bucks and a bit of hangover. And so, if you are wise enough to adhere my summons, then it is high time we replace priests with bartenders"

“A state with a national religion can easily become a religious state.”


This book has been given by Bangladesh government the highest honor that any government can ever give to any book – a ban. The book follows the story of one Sudhamay and his children Suranjan and Maya. The father and son have both been involved in nationalistic movements of Bangladesh and believe in their country. Sudhamay can’t stand the idea of leaving the country while his friends and relatives have – he even asks those who are about to leave whether they don’t feel ashamed of leaving their country in peril - and hence the title 'Shame'. All his life, he has compromised on his religious identity for sake of national identity.

The novel follows the disillusionment of this father and son about their country. What was born as a secular state has a Department of Religion which has a heavy budget almost all of which goes to promotion of Islam. A very nominal sum is allotted for minority religions – in fact four times that sum goes only to rehabilitation of those who chose to converted to Islam. Hindus in the country have declined from 22 % around 1951 to 8.5% in 2011 - the others, left, got killed or got converted. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated. There is discrimination in job allocation with almost no Hindus ever making to upper steps of hierarchical ladder. Hindus don't get licences to start business except when it is in a partnership with a Muslim. There are several other ways in which the Hindus are discriminated, and both were aware of them, but if you are emotionally invested in some belief you hold on to it against much contrary evidence. To be fair, such discrimination is present in some degree in most of Indian subcontinent countries.

The book is set in the back-drop of riots that followed demolition of Babri Masjid. Nasrin is not afraid to call spades by their names – questioning both destroyers of Mosque (BJP, Hindu Vishav Parishad, RSS etc ) and indifference of ruling Congress. She often gives the death toll of riots in India. And that goes for Bangladeshi spades too - again questioning the communal party who was causing riots and secular ruling party which had maintained silence.

Obviously it was Hindus in India and not Bangladesh who were guilty of destroying mosque, but it has always been a tendency of weak minds to carry out their anger not on those who they are angry at, but on those on whom they can afford to be angry at. There are countless examples - instead of questioning powerful business-people and politicians for not raising wages and jobs, people would rather blame minorities, immigrants and reservation quotas; instead of being angry at police for not providing protection, people will rather blame the women who got raped for being out in the middle of night etc. And so, Bangladeshi Hindus had to suffer - destruction of temples, riots, murders, rapes, forced conversations, black-mail about leaving the country etc.

Suranjan doesn’t think that the word ‘riot’ describes what was happening in Bangladesh. The word ‘riot’ assumes a case of two sides fighting in each-other as in India where Muslims had replied to Hindu violence in kind, but in Bangladesh, Hindus had done nothing in reply and so it wasn’t riots, it was mass-murder.

Nasrin's characters realize that powerful will always oppress the weak – the men will oppress the women, the majority religion people will oppress the minorities, the rich will oppress the poor and so on.

The book sometimes reads like fictionalized non-fiction with arguments and information being the key subject of book and story only getting the second seat. Almost half the book goes to listing every incidence of riot that ever occurred in Bangladesh – naming city and number of people killed, women raped and temples destroyed there. She also lists at least some incidences of India. These longs lists although effective initially in giving the sheer volume of violence, soon gets a bit boring and even skim-able.

Another problem is that this incidences are being mentally listed by characters in their mind and orally recited to each-other, as if they have crammed all this information like news channels reporters do. But that is the problem, the information is not even being broadcast-ed on television – they just seems to know about incidences occurring in distant cities by intuition. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again. Similarly Surnajan seems to remember sayings of Jinnah and Kalam (okay) as well as the constitution along with the many amendments that have gone in it (not okay). It would have made more sense if the omniscient narrator herself had shared the information and arguments directly instead of giving her characters hard-disk memories.

Regarding disputed land, I've always believed like Suranjan that all religious places should be destroyed and houses for poor, orphanages, hospitals, schools etc- in short something actually useful should be built in their place, and if you have enough land for that already, sell the land and use the money for charitable purposes but am against destruction of worshipping place of one religion for building that of other.

Although I also had an Uncle who had another attractive, practical and secular idea as to what should be done to disputed land and if you were to extend the idea a little, it will solve all religious problems at once - his idea was to build a pub in that place, and both Hindus and Muslims would drink in the pub in complete communal harmony. I would rather make Alcohalism the sole religion for the whole world ... no, I'm not joking, just look at the benifits - conversions will be so far more intresting; every once a year we can line-up and kill all those teetotaller infidels, they are hardly living anyway; and for one month every year, people will drink nothing but drink alcohal. We shall baptise at age of five - by feeding the kid half a glass of Jack Martin, it will still be better than all the funny things religious people keep doing to their children. And if you consider it blasphemous, just look at evidence - Christ turned water into wine and gaveth it to people - I mean what does that tell you? Holy Grail wouldn't have been half as interesting if Jesus had drunk water from it - and what kind of rest you think God was having on seventh day? He obviously didnt go to church. Almost all Sufi poets talk about wine; and what do you think that 'somras' that Hindu dieties loved drinking so much was? Why, friends, it was just your every day Blenders Pride brewed with a lot of sugar at initial stages to give it a sweet taste. And Greeks and Romans actually had Gods of wine - Dionysus and Bacchus; who can easily serve for those into idol worship. Admit it, it is that one God that every religion worship - and being a deeply pious soul myself, it kills me to see how so many people miss the obvious truth. There are other benifits too, including the fact that making confessions are so far easier if you are drunk - and chances are if you are frequently drunk, you will have something real to confess about; wine comes in many brands and chances are you will like one brand or other and so it is far more attractive religion and above all, all religions offer their Utopias (otherwise called 'heavens' or 'paradise') only after death - I mean it's a life time of wait; and even that with a lot of stipulations as to what you can or can not do meanwhile; and they will give you a hell of time if you fail to fulfil them. Alcoholism is only religion that provides services of instant Utopia for price of a few bucks and a bit of hangover. And so, if you are wise enough to adhere my summons, then it is high time we replace priests with bartenders

 

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Nag Panchami kab hai (नाग पंचमी) | Nag Panchami Information, Nag Panchami Date 2019
There are so many important numbers of legends and stories that go with this day why this day is dedicated to snakes and why are they asked. In hindi people asks Nag Panchami kab hai.

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"Tips to improve memory Memory enhancement strategies can be very easy to practice. You can enhance your memory in different ways; some of them can be- 1. Include all senses while learning While you are attempting to retrieve or recall some information, it is very important to keep all your senses awake. This means involving your visual, auditory and semantic senses into the information you are trying to retain. This strategy is very helpful as different pieces of information require contrasting senses to retain completely. 2. Use mnemonics Use of mnemonic devices can be very helpful while you are trying to learn any new difficult information. You may sometimes find yourself getting caught up while remembering a historic timeline or peculiar information about certain things. By using mnemonics you can add a name to each starting letter of the word or phrase to remember it 3. Organize the information Organizing the information in small parts can help you in recall it better. By practicing this technique your brain develops a pattern to understand the information and comprehend it in the right way. 4. Manage sleep-time To remember information in a more efficient way, you should try managing your schedule by adding enough sleep routine into it. Researchers have found that sleeping after reading new information can help the brain to retain it more than cramming the information without getting sleep. "

Tips to improve memory


Memory enhancement strategies can be very easy to practice. You can enhance your memory in different ways; some of them can be-


1. Include all senses while learning

While you are attempting to retrieve or recall some information, it is very important to keep all your senses awake. This means involving your visual, auditory and semantic senses into the information you are trying to retain. This strategy is very helpful as different pieces of information require contrasting senses to retain completely.


2. Use mnemonics

Use of mnemonic devices can be very helpful while you are trying to learn any new difficult information. You may sometimes find yourself getting caught up while remembering a historic timeline or peculiar information about certain things. By using mnemonics you can add a name to each starting letter of the word or phrase to remember it 

3. Organize the information


Organizing the information in small parts can help you in recall it better. By practicing this technique your brain develops a pattern to understand the information and comprehend it in the right way.


4. Manage sleep-time

To remember information in a more efficient way, you should try managing your schedule by adding enough sleep routine into it. Researchers have found that sleeping after reading new information can help the brain to retain it more than cramming the information without getting sleep.




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"Have you ever found yourself forgetting about your early morning meetings or examination dates? Did you ever experience a sudden recall of events from your past? Both of these statements relate to memory. Memory is defined as the capability of your mind to encode, store, retrieve or recall any information. There are 3 discrete stages of memory which define the way it works and the stages of retention of information which takes place in the brain. First is the receiving stage of memory. During which the brain receives, takes a series of activities to process and associate the message signal. The second stage is known as storage, during this process the information is stored and retained in the brain for a long period. The last stage of memory is called as retrieval; these involve the recovery of the retained information in reaction to a signal or prompt. If you are worried about forgetting things then here are some tips to boost memory."

Have you ever found yourself forgetting about your early morning meetings or examination dates? Did you ever experience a sudden recall of events from your past? Both of these statements relate to memory. Memory is defined as the capability of your mind to encode, store, retrieve or recall any information. There are 3 discrete stages of memory which define the way it works and the stages of retention of information which takes place in the brain. First is the receiving stage of memory. During which the brain receives, takes a series of activities to process and associate the message signal. The second stage is known as storage, during this process the information is stored and retained in the brain for a long period. The last stage of memory is called as retrieval; these involve the recovery of the retained information in reaction to a signal or prompt.
If you are worried about forgetting things then here are some tips to boost memory.

 

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"Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation Smruti Ranjaniji, Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom. Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017. Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations. SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52 BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY The more free we are, the more we are to restrain ourselves​ and see that our freedom does not infringe upon the right of others to enjoy the same Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself freedom is a will, an ardent desire to see others at par Freedom is the foundation upon which the superstructure of democracy is built freedom is that basic right which gives meaning and substance to all other rights fundamental to the development of man freedom is a right, the corresponding duty of which is to create that environment where each can live with equal dignity freedom is a state of mind where the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and see and interpret a situation as it is Freedom is not a license to do anything one likes is always subject to decency and morality, the law of the land, social norms and common good or else our unrestricted freedom will land us in a state of anarchy where it will be a war of each against all copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017"

Here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discourses of our society namely privacy issue and the issue related to the freedom of expression,both are hotly debated topics at the present time.The poem begins by stating clearly that we are guaranteed the various types of freedoms as per the constitution of india and the right to various freedoms is enshrined in the constitutional documents of many countries the world over as well.But there is a rider or condition here in terms of us enjoying our freedom that is that we can exercise our freedoms as long as they don't violate our fellow human beings ability to enjoy their freedoms.In fact when we have freedom,we need to carry it out in a judicious fashion altogether,we don't have any right to misuse the freedom that is granted or bestowed upon us by the constitutional frameworks of various countries around the world.Freedom must enable individuals to attain full growth and development in terms of their talents,abilities and potentialities and freedom also implies that we also attach the same importance to others need in relation to themselves enjoying various freedoms they are entitled to.Freedom is the foundation on which a democratic society is built up soundly and firmly.When people have real freedom only,people can make genuine progress in life,when it comes to freedom of expression also the same maxim can be applied.Our attitude towards freedom must be put in the following mould that is that"I absolutely disagree with what you say but I shall defend to my death your right to say it".Freedom is not a one-way traffic rather real freedom carries plenty of duties, responsibilities and obligations. All the freedoms we have are to be counterbalanced with duties, then only we can have real freedom. Freedom also ensures dignity of the individuals.The noble principles of justice and liberty are granted to everyone through real freedom prevailing in a society. Freedom also can be defined as a state of mind wherein the minds must be free of all wills, inconsistencies, ambiguities, incompatibilities, discriminations, taboos, stigmas and inhibitions. Real freedom is also all about respecting the dissenting opinions and constructive criticism of others. Always real freedoms are given to humankind with strings attached and that must be understood very clearly and obviously. If untrammelled, unrestricted and unconstrained freedoms are bequeathed upon humanity that can lead to undesirable tendencies and trends in the course of time which can plunge the society into a state of chaos and turmoils.Although freedom is a relative term and it must not in anyway be used to muzzle, gag and stifle genuine opinions but at the same, it shouldn't be a vehicle to engage in character assassinations. But the information people give in good faith to the government must not be used to monitor or spy on them at any rate that is a violation of the individual freedom of the citizens. Kudos to you for composing such a poem of elaborate and full-fledged nature on the theme of freedom touching upon all areas related to freedom.

Written by Cijo Joseph Channel Associate Professor Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology Chethipuzha Changanassary Kottayam District Kerala India All Copyrights Reserved@ On 12th September 2017.

Critical appreciation by eminent poetess and literary critic ma'am Nandita Samant

The right to freedom of expression is crucial in a democracy – information and ideas help to inform political debate and are essential to public accountability and transparency in a system but they shouldn't infringe into anybody's freedom. In prevailing situation people who speak against atrocities or government policies are silenced and thus right to freedom of speech has been restricted to drafts as a right and all other rights are intrusive and disruptive to an extent, we are forced to abide by them. A balance between all is very essential and it is for us to see that it happens. A very evocative and wise rendition Mr Smruti Ranjan. My commendations.

SOMETHING I LOOK AT-52
BY-SMRUTI RANJAN MOHANTY

The more free we are, the more
we are to restrain ourselves​ and see
that our freedom does not infringe upon
the right of others to enjoy the same

Freedom is an atmosphere that gives one the opportunity to become oneself
freedom is a will, an ardent desire
to see others at par

Freedom is the foundation upon which
the superstructure of democracy is built
freedom is that basic right which gives
meaning and substance to all other rights
fundamental to the development of man

freedom is a right, the corresponding duty
of which is to create that environment
where each can live with equal dignity

freedom is a state of mind where
the spirit of tolerance and compromise imbibe where there is no fear, hatred and jealousy, pride and prejudice, sectarian and parochial loyalties and it equips one to make a value-free empirical analysis and
see and interpret a situation as it is

Freedom is not a license to do
anything one likes is always subject
to decency and morality, the law of
the land, social norms and common good
or else our unrestricted freedom will
land us in a state of anarchy 
where it will be a war of 
each against all

copyright@smrutiranjan 27.8.2017

#here is the critical appreciation of my poem 'SOMETHING I LOOK AT -52' by non-other than Prof Cijo Joseph Chennelil, an eminent poet and internationally acclaimed literary critic and eminent poetess ma'am Nandita Samanta in beautiful words. Thanks and gratitude to Cijo sir and ma'am Nandita Samant for their wonderful words of appreciation

Smruti Ranjaniji,

Your poem titled"Something I Look at-52" is a very relevant poem in the backdrop of two issues of major importance dominating the discours

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"“A state with a national religion can easily become a religious state.” This book has been given by Bangladesh government the highest honor that any government can ever give to any book – a ban. The book follows the story of one Sudhamay and his children Suranjan and Maya. The father and son have both been involved in nationalistic movements of Bangladesh and believe in their country. Sudhamay can’t stand the idea of leaving the country while his friends and relatives have – he even asks those who are about to leave whether they don’t feel ashamed of leaving their country in peril - and hence the title 'Shame'. All his life, he has compromised on his religious identity for sake of national identity. The novel follows the disillusionment of this father and son about their country. What was born as a secular state has a Department of Religion which has a heavy budget almost all of which goes to promotion of Islam. A very nominal sum is allotted for minority religions – in fact four times that sum goes only to rehabilitation of those who chose to converted to Islam. Hindus in the country have declined from 22 % around 1951 to 8.5% in 2011 - the others, left, got killed or got converted. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated. There is discrimination in job allocation with almost no Hindus ever making to upper steps of hierarchical ladder. Hindus don't get licences to start business except when it is in a partnership with a Muslim. There are several other ways in which the Hindus are discriminated, and both were aware of them, but if you are emotionally invested in some belief you hold on to it against much contrary evidence. To be fair, such discrimination is present in some degree in most of Indian subcontinent countries. The book is set in the back-drop of riots that followed demolition of Babri Masjid. Nasrin is not afraid to call spades by their names – questioning both destroyers of Mosque (BJP, Hindu Vishav Parishad, RSS etc ) and indifference of ruling Congress. She often gives the death toll of riots in India. And that goes for Bangladeshi spades too - again questioning the communal party who was causing riots and secular ruling party which had maintained silence. Obviously it was Hindus in India and not Bangladesh who were guilty of destroying mosque, but it has always been a tendency of weak minds to carry out their anger not on those who they are angry at, but on those on whom they can afford to be angry at. There are countless examples - instead of questioning powerful business-people and politicians for not raising wages and jobs, people would rather blame minorities, immigrants and reservation quotas; instead of being angry at police for not providing protection, people will rather blame the women who got raped for being out in the middle of night etc. And so, Bangladeshi Hindus had to suffer - destruction of temples, riots, murders, rapes, forced conversations, black-mail about leaving the country etc. Suranjan doesn’t think that the word ‘riot’ describes what was happening in Bangladesh. The word ‘riot’ assumes a case of two sides fighting in each-other as in India where Muslims had replied to Hindu violence in kind, but in Bangladesh, Hindus had done nothing in reply and so it wasn’t riots, it was mass-murder. Nasrin's characters realize that powerful will always oppress the weak – the men will oppress the women, the majority religion people will oppress the minorities, the rich will oppress the poor and so on. The book sometimes reads like fictionalized non-fiction with arguments and information being the key subject of book and story only getting the second seat. Almost half the book goes to listing every incidence of riot that ever occurred in Bangladesh – naming city and number of people killed, women raped and temples destroyed there. She also lists at least some incidences of India. These longs lists although effective initially in giving the sheer volume of violence, soon gets a bit boring and even skim-able. Another problem is that this incidences are being mentally listed by characters in their mind and orally recited to each-other, as if they have crammed all this information like news channels reporters do. But that is the problem, the information is not even being broadcast-ed on television – they just seems to know about incidences occurring in distant cities by intuition. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again. Similarly Surnajan seems to remember sayings of Jinnah and Kalam (okay) as well as the constitution along with the many amendments that have gone in it (not okay). It would have made more sense if the omniscient narrator herself had shared the information and arguments directly instead of giving her characters hard-disk memories. Regarding disputed land, I've always believed like Suranjan that all religious places should be destroyed and houses for poor, orphanages, hospitals, schools etc- in short something actually useful should be built in their place, and if you have enough land for that already, sell the land and use the money for charitable purposes but am against destruction of worshipping place of one religion for building that of other. Although I also had an Uncle who had another attractive, practical and secular idea as to what should be done to disputed land and if you were to extend the idea a little, it will solve all religious problems at once - his idea was to build a pub in that place, and both Hindus and Muslims would drink in the pub in complete communal harmony. I would rather make Alcohalism the sole religion for the whole world ... no, I'm not joking, just look at the benifits - conversions will be so far more intresting; every once a year we can line-up and kill all those teetotaller infidels, they are hardly living anyway; and for one month every year, people will drink nothing but drink alcohal. We shall baptise at age of five - by feeding the kid half a glass of Jack Martin, it will still be better than all the funny things religious people keep doing to their children. And if you consider it blasphemous, just look at evidence - Christ turned water into wine and gaveth it to people - I mean what does that tell you? Holy Grail wouldn't have been half as interesting if Jesus had drunk water from it - and what kind of rest you think God was having on seventh day? He obviously didnt go to church. Almost all Sufi poets talk about wine; and what do you think that 'somras' that Hindu dieties loved drinking so much was? Why, friends, it was just your every day Blenders Pride brewed with a lot of sugar at initial stages to give it a sweet taste. And Greeks and Romans actually had Gods of wine - Dionysus and Bacchus; who can easily serve for those into idol worship. Admit it, it is that one God that every religion worship - and being a deeply pious soul myself, it kills me to see how so many people miss the obvious truth. There are other benifits too, including the fact that making confessions are so far easier if you are drunk - and chances are if you are frequently drunk, you will have something real to confess about; wine comes in many brands and chances are you will like one brand or other and so it is far more attractive religion and above all, all religions offer their Utopias (otherwise called 'heavens' or 'paradise') only after death - I mean it's a life time of wait; and even that with a lot of stipulations as to what you can or can not do meanwhile; and they will give you a hell of time if you fail to fulfil them. Alcoholism is only religion that provides services of instant Utopia for price of a few bucks and a bit of hangover. And so, if you are wise enough to adhere my summons, then it is high time we replace priests with bartenders"

“A state with a national religion can easily become a religious state.”


This book has been given by Bangladesh government the highest honor that any government can ever give to any book – a ban. The book follows the story of one Sudhamay and his children Suranjan and Maya. The father and son have both been involved in nationalistic movements of Bangladesh and believe in their country. Sudhamay can’t stand the idea of leaving the country while his friends and relatives have – he even asks those who are about to leave whether they don’t feel ashamed of leaving their country in peril - and hence the title 'Shame'. All his life, he has compromised on his religious identity for sake of national identity.

The novel follows the disillusionment of this father and son about their country. What was born as a secular state has a Department of Religion which has a heavy budget almost all of which goes to promotion of Islam. A very nominal sum is allotted for minority religions – in fact four times that sum goes only to rehabilitation of those who chose to converted to Islam. Hindus in the country have declined from 22 % around 1951 to 8.5% in 2011 - the others, left, got killed or got converted. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated. There is discrimination in job allocation with almost no Hindus ever making to upper steps of hierarchical ladder. Hindus don't get licences to start business except when it is in a partnership with a Muslim. There are several other ways in which the Hindus are discriminated, and both were aware of them, but if you are emotionally invested in some belief you hold on to it against much contrary evidence. To be fair, such discrimination is present in some degree in most of Indian subcontinent countries.

The book is set in the back-drop of riots that followed demolition of Babri Masjid. Nasrin is not afraid to call spades by their names – questioning both destroyers of Mosque (BJP, Hindu Vishav Parishad, RSS etc ) and indifference of ruling Congress. She often gives the death toll of riots in India. And that goes for Bangladeshi spades too - again questioning the communal party who was causing riots and secular ruling party which had maintained silence.

Obviously it was Hindus in India and not Bangladesh who were guilty of destroying mosque, but it has always been a tendency of weak minds to carry out their anger not on those who they are angry at, but on those on whom they can afford to be angry at. There are countless examples - instead of questioning powerful business-people and politicians for not raising wages and jobs, people would rather blame minorities, immigrants and reservation quotas; instead of being angry at police for not providing protection, people will rather blame the women who got raped for being out in the middle of night etc. And so, Bangladeshi Hindus had to suffer - destruction of temples, riots, murders, rapes, forced conversations, black-mail about leaving the country etc.

Suranjan doesn’t think that the word ‘riot’ describes what was happening in Bangladesh. The word ‘riot’ assumes a case of two sides fighting in each-other as in India where Muslims had replied to Hindu violence in kind, but in Bangladesh, Hindus had done nothing in reply and so it wasn’t riots, it was mass-murder.

Nasrin's characters realize that powerful will always oppress the weak – the men will oppress the women, the majority religion people will oppress the minorities, the rich will oppress the poor and so on.

The book sometimes reads like fictionalized non-fiction with arguments and information being the key subject of book and story only getting the second seat. Almost half the book goes to listing every incidence of riot that ever occurred in Bangladesh – naming city and number of people killed, women raped and temples destroyed there. She also lists at least some incidences of India. These longs lists although effective initially in giving the sheer volume of violence, soon gets a bit boring and even skim-able.

Another problem is that this incidences are being mentally listed by characters in their mind and orally recited to each-other, as if they have crammed all this information like news channels reporters do. But that is the problem, the information is not even being broadcast-ed on television – they just seems to know about incidences occurring in distant cities by intuition. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again. Similarly Surnajan seems to remember sayings of Jinnah and Kalam (okay) as well as the constitution along with the many amendments that have gone in it (not okay). It would have made more sense if the omniscient narrator herself had shared the information and arguments directly instead of giving her characters hard-disk memories.

Regarding disputed land, I've always believed like Suranjan that all religious places should be destroyed and houses for poor, orphanages, hospitals, schools etc- in short something actually useful should be built in their place, and if you have enough land for that already, sell the land and use the money for charitable purposes but am against destruction of worshipping place of one religion for building that of other.

Although I also had an Uncle who had another attractive, practical and secular idea as to what should be done to disputed land and if you were to extend the idea a little, it will solve all religious problems at once - his idea was to build a pub in that place, and both Hindus and Muslims would drink in the pub in complete communal harmony. I would rather make Alcohalism the sole religion for the whole world ... no, I'm not joking, just look at the benifits - conversions will be so far more intresting; every once a year we can line-up and kill all those teetotaller infidels, they are hardly living anyway; and for one month every year, people will drink nothing but drink alcohal. We shall baptise at age of five - by feeding the kid half a glass of Jack Martin, it will still be better than all the funny things religious people keep doing to their children. And if you consider it blasphemous, just look at evidence - Christ turned water into wine and gaveth it to people - I mean what does that tell you? Holy Grail wouldn't have been half as interesting if Jesus had drunk water from it - and what kind of rest you think God was having on seventh day? He obviously didnt go to church. Almost all Sufi poets talk about wine; and what do you think that 'somras' that Hindu dieties loved drinking so much was? Why, friends, it was just your every day Blenders Pride brewed with a lot of sugar at initial stages to give it a sweet taste. And Greeks and Romans actually had Gods of wine - Dionysus and Bacchus; who can easily serve for those into idol worship. Admit it, it is that one God that every religion worship - and being a deeply pious soul myself, it kills me to see how so many people miss the obvious truth. There are other benifits too, including the fact that making confessions are so far easier if you are drunk - and chances are if you are frequently drunk, you will have something real to confess about; wine comes in many brands and chances are you will like one brand or other and so it is far more attractive religion and above all, all religions offer their Utopias (otherwise called 'heavens' or 'paradise') only after death - I mean it's a life time of wait; and even that with a lot of stipulations as to what you can or can not do meanwhile; and they will give you a hell of time if you fail to fulfil them. Alcoholism is only religion that provides services of instant Utopia for price of a few bucks and a bit of hangover. And so, if you are wise enough to adhere my summons, then it is high time we replace priests with bartenders

 

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